This month’s “meet-up” for Upper West Siders who work from home will take place tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon.
Organized by MUW reader @wiljr, this will be the ninth monthly gathering on the Upper West Side. The meetings are one-part “discuss the challenges and benefits of working from home” and one-part “get out your apartment and chill for a bit.”
I was only able to make it for about 30+ minutes last month – here’s the recap.
If you work from home and live in the neighborhood, stop by for a beer (or soda) and a break from the monotony of sitting at “the office” alone all day. I’ve got a conflict in the late afternoon, but am going to try and drop by early if I can.
The action goes down at The Dead Poet (450 Amsterdam, between 81st & 82nd) from about 3:00 – 6:00 pm (and possibly later) on Wednesday, 6/20.
There’s no obligation to arrive by a certain hour or stay for any predefined length of time — it’s a pretty casual affair.
Wil put together a post on his site that includes a brief FAQ if you’d like to know more. He’ll be easy to identify at the bar — just look for the guy with a copy of the Beastie Boys’ Check Your Head next to him.
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